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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 1:59 am
 


I finally decided to get around to joining the federal Liberal party. This is the first time in my life I have joined any political party, so its a bit exciting, even though it doesn't mean too much.

Anyone else Liberal party members? if so when did you first become one?

The Liberals will be back, one is naive to think otherwise, one only has to look at our history.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:43 am
 


Dont everyone reply at once. :o

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Anyone else Liberal party members? if so when did you first become one?


Maybe they just dont want to admit it. 8)


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:51 am
 


Not me, I seem to be out left with IceOwl on some issues, and to the right of Jaime on others (even if he doesn't think that I am). But if I ever found a party which I was entirely comfortable with, I'd be extremely proud to be a member.

Congratulations!


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Canadaka wrote:
I finally decided to get around to joining the federal Liberal party. This is the first time in my life I have joined any political party, so its a bit exciting, even though it doesn't mean too much.

Anyone else Liberal party members? if so when did you first become one?

The Liberals will be back, one is naive to think otherwise, one only has to look at our history.
congrats Trev red looks good on you.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 4:58 am
 


Congrats Trev!! With this site/Forumon your résumé, no doubt they're happy to have you onboard.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:34 am
 


Sweeeet. Congrats.

Woah, that Flag symbol... is that the old Liberal Party symbol?

I love it....


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:54 am
 


When Sheila Fraser completes her audit of the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs the Lieberal Party of Canada will disappear for ever.

The corruption that exists in that sect which is what it is today will be exposed even further. There has been a strong rumour around for over 8 years that over $250million has disappeared into Lieberal coffers and friends from that department and once it becomes public knowledge the Lieberals are going to have to repay it after the court cases are completed.

Lieberals bankrupt corupt and gone and The Green PArty will replace it.

So those of you who are that naive to join a corrupt sect like the Lieberals better make sure you have lots of money in your bank account because you will be obliged to cough it up to pay off the huge debt that Lieberals are going to have to pay.

PPS: There is a lawsuit pending against the Lieberals for $64million from the Adscam issue. The Lieberals once again lied and said oh we have paid it all back. Well that is not true.

The Federal Accountability Act is also a huge legal threat to the Fiberals and that is why the Senate is frightened and hesitant to pass it but in the end they have to or else.


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YADA YADA YADA :roll:


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:08 am
 


What's with the new logo?
Talk about wrapping you'reself in the flag. :roll:

But kudo's for taking a stand in the political system.
Good luck with that.





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GOOD ON YA MATE!!

But just becouse you belong to the liberal party don't mean you have to vote for them.





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Does that also mean we can expect to see some liberal advertising and propaganda onthis site? With the amount of traffic you have here you could send them a great proposal.

And then would you have to ballance that with the other parties?


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:51 am
 


Donny : Lieberals are imbalanced not balanced. They do not believe in both sides of the coin so anyone elses opinion is irrelevant to them and they do not want to listen to or read about truth facts or reality. That scares the hell out of them.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:06 am
 


Canadaka wrote:
I finally decided to get around to joining the federal Liberal party. This is the first time in my life I have joined any political party, so its a bit exciting, even though it doesn't mean too much.

Anyone else Liberal party members? if so when did you first become one?

The Liberals will be back, one is naive to think otherwise, one only has to look at our history.


Congrats Trev. Liberal since well..... always.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:16 am
 


Maybe you can be the leader; they don't seem to have one.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 7:22 am
 


I joined the Liberal Party in the 80s and worked on a local candidate's campaign but did not attend the policy convention due to a schedule conflict. I let my membership lapse under John Turner but renewed it under Jean Chretien. Once the internal "war" began from the Martin camp I was quite disenchanted with where things were headed and parked my vote with the Greens. I am no longer active within the party and do not feel inspired to become so again. I live in a safe liberal riding. I did, however have a face to face meeting with the Conservative candidate in the last federal election. His sincerity was evident but I did not come away reassured by the Conservative's sincerity in their own commitments, particularly in the realm of Same Sex Marriage. They were, at that point, lacking in policy having no experience yet in government.

He did NOT wish to discuss Carolyn Parrish or the way in which the previous candidate was summarily shunted aside for him and the lawsuit that ensued from the former candidate regarding the money he was paid to stand aside.


Maggiemygosh's assertion aside, many liberals do actively seek out "the other opinion." Anyone take the time to actually meet and talk with Liberal AND Conservative candidates? NDP candidate Monia Mazigh declined (something that I was not shy about letting be known.)

Specifically I'm curious as to whether Maggiemygosh bothered to talk to more than one (if any) candidates.

I find it is quite the opposite of his/her assertion. Liberal minds are more open than Conservatives who prefer to "discuss" trhings by making wildly hysterical accusations. Just my opinion based upon what I've read here.


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